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change over between snow, sleet and ice will happen throughout the morning and early afternoon, but by the late afternoon and evening all of iowa should primarily be seeing snowfall, and this is also when the heaviestnow totals will start accumulating. on top off all of this the winds will be very strong today with gusts up to 40 mph possible causing blowing snow and low visibility. temps will hover in the low 30s during the day today, but after that we tank our temps into the mid to low 20s and even the teens by the end of the week.
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let's get into the top five this morning.... elias: concerns over the incoming winter storm have law enforcement urging iowans to stay off the roads if at all possible. even the most experienced drivers will want to use extra precaution given the predicted conditions. for those who get standed, state troopers say to stay inside your car where it is safest, and make sure to say to stay inside your car where it is safest, and make sure to pack an emergency kit if you do have to travel. elias: in the number two spot this morning... elias: the past five days have been filled with deadly weather events across the country. at least 42 people have died across seven states since wednesday. the latest come from weekend tornadoes that struck texas, and the flooding in missouri. both have been placed in state of emergency status. elias: the third thing you need to know before you walk out the door...
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breaking news overnight, as des moines police investigate the city's 21st homicide of the year. just before eleven last night, authorities were called to a home on the 52- hundred block of south union street. there they found two people suffering gunshot wounds. the male victim was declared dead, while a female was transported to the hospital for treatment. look for more details on this developing story throughout the day here on local five. elias: number four... elias: newton police continue the search for a missing 12 year old girl... charlene rachelle brown was last seen at a residence in newton. the 12 year old is described as a white female, 5'2, with brown hair and brown eyes. she was last seen wearing white and blue flannel pajamas. anyone with informationc can contact newton police at 641-732- 1547 elias: and finally in the top five... elias: the countdown begins until
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the hawkeyes getting ready to face stanford and heisman finalist christian mccaffery. the 102nd rose bowl game is at 4 pm new year's day on espn. jon schaeffer and alex giaimo will have live coverage this week here on local five. elias: only a few days left in 20-15, and just over a month to go until the iowa caucus. the next few days, presidential hopefuls will make an end of the year push here in iowa...as they try to build momentum leading into the new year. elias: a pair of democrats and a trio of republicans will spend parts of the last days of 20-15 taking part in campaign stops across iowa. bernie sanders and martin o'malley are trying to cut into the lead of democratic frontrunner hillary clinton. republican frontrunner donald trump, along with candidates chris christie and marco rubio will also be back in iowa in late january. the second of two january debates will be held in des moines. democrats also have one more debate before the caucus, that
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sabrina: elias: we're back with meterologist sam schreier... sam: (sam adlibs) sam: weather adlib: a large winter storm
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nearly all of iowa state-wide winter storm warning. we are combination of snow, depending on the time across the state. the central and northeast iowa with 6 to 10 inches possible stretching from des moines past waterloo. ice and sleet will fall heaviest across southern and eastern iowa with ice accumulations of 0.1" to 0.5" possible. the snow, sleet and ice will happen throughout the morning and early afternoon, but by the late afternoon and evening all of iowa should primarily be seeing snowfall, and this is also when the heaviest snow totals will start accumulating. on top off all of this the winds will be very strong today with gusts up to 40 mph possible causing blowing snow and low visibility. temps will hover in the low 30s during the day today, but after that we tank our temps into the mid to low 20s and even the teens by the end of the week. elias:
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december actually meant good fortune for a local skating park. brenton skating plaza in downtown des moines has had more days open this year than last year. they have only had to close once so far, compared to 12 times last year for bad weather. plaza workers say the milder weather is only really an issue if it's really sunny. guests say they don't mind either. tracy barnes, tingley, iowa, resident: "it's nice, it's cold outside, but as you skate it's warm. it's good weather, it's not snowing or raining. " taylor coglianese, austin, texas resident: "i love it, i miss the cold weather and the snow and the ice. so, this is great for me." elias: the brenton skating plaza is open seven days a week. check out this story on our website for a full list of hours of operation. elias: speaking of weather, a quick reminder.... due to the winter storm warning an emergency snow parking ban for snow removal has been issued. in west des moines it will begin at 6 am today. in waukee at 8 am ...and in johnston it is already in
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applies to all streets. the fine is $50 and / or towing. check your local government for information on snow parking bans in your area... elias: at ((time check)) we'll take a short break but still have lots more good morning iowa ahead... coming up, more on the winter storm system hitting iowa today elias: but first...for into polk county...be safe this morning... the sheriff's office has automated traffic enforcement vehicles at two locations.... one at the ...44- hundred block of delaware avenue and a second at the ...91-hundred block of northeast 46th avenue so take care on the roads today... elias: let's also get a quick look at traffic... this is i-235 at valley west...
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elias johnson, sabrina ahmed and we are iowas most accurate forecast with meteorologist sam schreier. this is good morning iowa." weather adlib: is going to impact nearly all of iowa today warranting a state-wide winter storm warning. we are going to see a combination of snow, sleet and ice depending on the time of day and location highest snow totals central and northeast possible stretching from des moines past waterloo. ice and sleet will fall heaviest across southern and eastern iowa with ice accumulations of 0.1"
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change over between snow, sleet and ice will happen throughout the morning and early afternoon, but by the late afternoon and evening all of iowa should primarily be seeing snowfall, and this is also when the heaviest snow totals will start accumulating. on top off all of this the winds will be very strong today with gusts up to 40 mph possible causing blowing snow and low visibility. temps will hover in the low 30s during the day today, but after that we tank our temps into the mid to low 20s and even the teens by the end of the week.
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staying with the topic of weather, we are already seeing some affects on travel this morning... if you are flying today, get ready for a possible delay or outright cancellation... here's a look at the departures from the des moines airport this morning... you can see we
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and cancelled flights than when we checked earlier... if you are flying, you may want to check your flight status... elias: now, as we have said this morning, law enforcement urging drivers if at all possible to stay at home... and there is good reason why...to the south the plows already at work this morning... let's get a look at i-35 south near the bevington exit... snow already on exit... snow already on the roads, and like we said plows already out across the state we are keeping you up to date this morning... elias: more good
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here's abc's .... with tech bytes. ahead...but first here's abc's .... with tech bytes. "now, we are iowa's hey there, in today's "techbytes," 2015 huge year for technology. what will be big in 2016? the most anticipated tech item of 2016 will be virtual reality headsets. >> second will be new products from apple including the iphone 7 and the apple watch 2, and hackers are all but certain to take aim at new targets in 2016. cybersecurity experts already sounding the alarm. >> they think hackers will go for fantasy football because of the personal information those sites store and health care data on wearable devices because it also could become a target.
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into full swing, waze is helping to keep the roads clear of snow. the traffic app testing a new feature in new england. >> users in vermont, new hampshire and maine can report road conditions to transportation managers. they can then deploy salt and plow trucks. good thinking. >> hope it works out. >> those are your "techbytes." >> have a good day. i'm billy, and i quit smoking with chantix. i don't know that i can put into words how happy i was when i quit. it's like losing some baggage, i don't have to carry it around with me anymore. chantix made it possible for me to quit smoking. along with support, chantix (varenicline) is proven to help people quit smoking. chantix definitely helped reduce my urge to smoke. some people had changes in behavior, thinking or mood, hostility, agitation, depressed mood and suicidal thoughts or actions while taking or after stopping chantix. some had seizures while taking chantix. if you have any of these, stop chantix and call your doctor right away. tell your doctor about any history of mental health problems, which could get worse or of seizures.
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if you have these, stop chantix and call your doctor right away as some can be life-threatening. tell your doctor if you have heart or blood vessel problems, or develop new or worse symptoms. get medical help right away if you have symptoms of a heart attack or stroke. decrease alcohol use while taking chantix. use caution when driving or operating machinery. most common side effect is nausea.
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ask your doctor if chantix is right for you.tt2w`t3n`&d! bt@q:1d tt2w`t3n`&d! "a@q*= tt2w`t3n`&d! bm@q!6, tt4w`t3n`&d!" dztq #', tt4w`t3n`&d!" entq s#l tt4w`t3n`&d!" gzt& j$4 tt4w`t3n`&d!hnt& z*x tt4w`t3n`&d!" iztq 0c tt4w`t3n`&d!" jntq "3@ tt4w`t3n`&d!" lzt& :^< "now, we are iowa's most accurate forecast with meteorologist sam schreier. certified by weatherrate the independent weather experts" sam weather adlib: put script here in green a large winter storm is going to impact nearly all of iowa today warranting a
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storm warning. we are going to see a combination of snow, sleet and ice depending on the time of day and location across the state. the highest snow totals will likely fall across central and northeast iowa with 6 to 10 inches possible stretching from des moines past waterloo. ice and sleet will fall heaviest across southern and eastern iowa with ice accumulations of 0.1" to 0.5" possible. the change over between snow, sleet and ice will happen throughout the morning and early afternoon, but by the late afternoon and evening all of iowa should primarily be seeing snowfall, and this is also when the heaviest snow totals will start accumulating. on top off all of this the winds will be very strong today with gusts up to 40 mph possible causing blowing snow and low visibility. temps will hover in the low 30s during the day today, but after that we tank our temps into the mid
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the week. sam
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elias: elias: well time now for another short break... but when we
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an important deadline is approaching for those who may be owed money from a pair of cell phone service providers. we'll have the details ahead in your money.
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morning iowa in hd. we are iowa." elias: on your money now elias: if you use sprint or verizon, you could have some money coming your way, but you'll have to act fast. customers have until thursday, december 31st to claim refunds for unauthorized third-party messages. charges for those texts -- for things like horoscopes or sports scores -- were then allegedly buried in bills. the activity is known as "cramming." both wireless
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to pay 158-million dollars to customers to settle claims with the government. verizon and sprint both have online claim forms. elias: no doubt you probably have at least one gift that you don't plan on holding on to...but before you return it or re- gift it, keep this in mind. make sure it isn't something that has been personalized. and be sure to read the fine print on those gift receipts. check the return window before you head to the store. and remember to bring an i- d....some retailers require it to protect against return fraud. elias: hopefully, this holiday season passed without breaking the bank....but for some debt can be a life-long battle. a survey from credit cards dot com shows that one in five americans believe they will never pay off all their debt in their lifetime.. the survey also has some good news... twenty-two percent say they have no debt at all....which is up from 14-percent last year. elias: and finally, how about something other than fries
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experimenting with a new side item....adding mac and cheese to the menus in select stores. the fast-food chain has been working on ways to change up their menu and offer more variety for customers. elias: that's a look at your money this morning... coming up after the break... sam's in with central iowa's most accurate forecast... but first... time for a quick look at traffic... this is i-235 at euclid... [current conditions] good morning iowa returns after this.
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moring iowa in hd. we are iowa's most accurate weather team. good morning iowa starts now " elias:
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thanks for joining us on your [day of week] morning, i'm elias johnson... elias: weather is always first on good morning iowa... in with central iowa's most accurate forecast... meteorologist sam schreier. sam: (adlib toss) sam weather adlib: a large winter storm is going to impact nearly all of iowa today warranting a state-wide winter storm warning. we are going to see a combination of snow, sleet and ice depending on the time of day and location across the state. the highest snow totals will likely fall across central and northeast iowa with 6 to 10 inches possible stretching from des moines past waterloo. ice and sleet will fall heaviest across southern and eastern iowa with ice accumulations of 0.1" to 0.5" possible. the change over between snow, sleet and ice will happen throughout the morning and early
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evening all of iowa should primarily be seeing snowfall, and this is also when the heaviest snow totals will start accumulating. on top off all of this the winds will be very strong today with gusts up to 40 mph possible causing blowing snow and low visibility. temps will hover in the low 30s during the day today, but after that we tank our temps into the mid to low 20s and even the teens by the end of the week. elias: the top story for the morning, concerns over the winter storm moving across iowa... elias: and with more on how it is affecting travel, local five sports director jon schaeffer is live in west ddes moines...out in the snow. let's check in with him to see how things are looking outside.. good morning jon! elias:
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a monster storm system stretching from new mexico to michigan and georgia continues to march eastward this morning. since wednesday at least 43 people have been killed in 7 states
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weather. millions of holiday travelers spent the weekend having frustrating, sometimes dangerous journeys home. abc's megan hughes has details. script: the christmas twisters marched across the texas landscape-- in the neighborhood of "row-lette" -- they tossed trucks and tore trees from the earth. the twister that hit garland, texas was mos: "you could see up" the survivors count themselves lucky. sot norma jimenez grateful we're alive and safe ... this can be replaced (mandatory on-screen courtesy: youtube/roamin' rich) in missouri, flooding like this led to several deaths-and led the governor to declare a state of emergency sunday night. in oklahoma, west texas and new mexico- snow created whiteout conditions on the roads. (nats - snowplow in oklahoma) mike springer from affiliate k-o-a-t (cut after 'coated in snow) ""just last week it was
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now it's covered in snow." trucks out of control rest in the snowbank more than 20 motorists were stranded on i-40 between amarillo and the new mexico border. in western oklahoma-the national guard has been deployed to help people stranded. all of this weather impacted air travel too--- more than a thousand flights in the u-s cancelled. more than four thousand delayed. sot moira james - traveler "i would call it living hell." reporter tag: and that winter weather is on the move - there's a winter storm warning in chicago. it's expected to make a huge mess in the northeast tomorrow. " sabrina: elias: we're back with meterologist sam schreier... sam: (sam adlibs)
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a large winter storm is going to impact nearly all of iowa today warranting a state-wide winter storm warning. we are going to see a combination of snow, sleet and ice depending on the time of day and location across the state. the
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will likely fall across central and northeast iowa with 6 to 10 inches possible stretching from des moines past waterloo. ice and sleet will fall heaviest across southern and eastern iowa with ice accumulations of 0.1" to 0.5" possible. the change over between snow, sleet and ice will happen throughout the morning and early afternoon, but by the late afternoon and evening all of iowa should primarily be seeing snowfall, and this is also when the heaviest snow totals will start accumulating. on top off all of this the winds will be very strong today with gusts up to 40 mph possible causing blowing snow and low visibility. temps will hover in the low 30s during the day today, but after that we tank our temps into the mid to low 20s and even the teens by the end of the week. elias: a developing story in des moines....authori ties investigating the city's 21st homicide elias: last night, officers were called to a home where they found two people suffering gunshot wounds. just before eleven p-m, authorities were called to a home on the 52- hundred block of south union street. the male victim was declared dead, while a female was transported to the hospital for treatment. no arrests have time. details on this developing story throughout the day here on local five. police in newton
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your help locating a missing 12 year old girl... they say charlene rachelle brown was last seen at a residence in newton. the 12 year old is described as a white female, 5'2, with brown hair and brown eyes. she was last seen wearing white and blue flannel pajamas. if you have any information about her whereabouts, contact the newton police department at the number on your screen. elias: at ((time check)) we'll take a short break here on good morning iowa... coming up, with four days left in look back at national and international year. elias: but before we go...as you get ready to start your day...be safe out on the roads.... des moines police will have mobile radar set up at three locations... one at the ....seven hundred block of m-l-k parkway - southbound and a second at the....23-hundred block of hull - east bound...and due to the holidays a third location at 52-hundred bloick of urbandale - eastbound. so use caution while driving.. elias: while we're at it... a quick look at traffic...
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[current conditions] good morning iowa continues after this!
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snow already on the roads, and like we said plows already out across the state we are keeping you up to date this morning... elias: anchor toss to wx sam: adlib toss. sam: weather adlib: a large winter storm is going to impact nearly all of iowa today warranting a state-wide winter storm warning. we are going to see a combination of snow, sleet and ice depending on the time of day and location across the state. the highest snow totals will likely fall across central and northeast iowa with 6 to 10 inches possible stretching from des moines past waterloo. ice and sleet will fall heaviest across southern and eastern iowa with ice accumulations of 0.1" to 0.5" possible. the change over between snow, sleet and ice will happen throughout the morning and early afternoon, but by the late afternoon and evening all of iowa should primarily be seeing snowfall, and this is also when the heaviest snow totals will start accumulating. on top off all of this the
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possible causing blowing snow and low visibility. temps will hover in the low 30s during the day today, but after that we tank our temps into the mid to low 20s and even the teens by the end of the week. elias: we have more good morning iowa coming up
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"you're watching good morning iowa in hd. we are iowa." elias: as we wind down 20-15, we want to take a look back at the top five big stories from the past twelve months... today, we look at the top national and international stories that made headlines during the year. elias: we begin with the growing refugee crisis that has hit the globe... elias: hundreds of thousands of people have fled syria, afghanistan, and iraq...trying to find a better life outside of the war torn countries. the refugee crisis is being called the worst since world war two. a move to allow more refugees into the u-s has been met with protest, as more than half of the country's governors, including iowa, say they do not want to allow them into their states. elias: the year was also marked by
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elias: the most recent in san bernardino, california, where a couple opened fire at a health center killing 14-people. authorities believe the islamic couple had become radicalized, leading to growing concerns over the influx of refugees and immigrants into the u-s. in june, a man opened fire inside of a south carolina church killing nine. the incident re- opened the debate over the confederate flag, which has been taken down in the state. elias: the use of deadly force by police sparks protests... elias: deaths of unarmed black men, such as freddie gray, jamar clark, and walter scott sparked protests by black lives matter. the city of chicago released dashcam showing the death of laquan macdonald...who was shot more than a dozen times by a white police officer. the city's police force is now being investigated by the justice departmet. elias: next up, a big moment for same sex couples in the u-s. elias: the end of june was marked by celebrations, as the supreme court ruled that states could no longer ban same-sex marriage in the
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a five to four ruling by the court marked a major change in l-g-b-t rights. while the landmark decision extended the right to marry to everyone, the debate still raged on the political stage. elias: and rounding out the top five...the 20-16 presidential race, kicks off in 2015 elias: more than a year away from the actual presidential election, candidates began announcing their campaigns in mid 20-15. more than a dozen republican candidates announced their bid for the white house.....but not all were able to keep their campaign going to the end of the year. while the democratic frontrunner, hillary clinton, seemed to be no surprise....the republican frontrunner seemed to come out of nowhere, with donald trump polling strong since announcing his campaign elias: tomorrow, our end of year top five will focus on iowa stories... we'll look back at the headlines that have impacted the whole state during 20-15. elias: time for another short break...but
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let's get a quick look at traffic... this is i-235 at west mixmaster [current conditions] sam says ??? he's in with central iowa's most accurate forecast next... good morning
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"now, we are iowa's most accurate forecast with meteorologist sam schreier. certified by weatherrate the independent weather experts" sam weather adlib: put script here in green a large winter storm is going to impact
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state-wide winter storm warning. we are going to see a combination of snow, sleet and ice depending on the time of day and location across the state. the highest snow totals will likely fall across central and northeast iowa with 6 to 10 inches possible stretching from des moines past waterloo. ice and sleet will fall heaviest across southern and eastern iowa with ice accumulations of 0.1" to 0.5" possible. the change over between snow, sleet and ice will happen throughout the morning and early afternoon, but by the late afternoon and evening all of iowa should primarily be seeing snowfall, and this is also when the heaviest snow totals will start accumulating. on top off all of this the winds will be very strong today with gusts up to 40 mph possible causing blowing snow and low visibility. temps will hover in the low 30s during the day today, but after that we tank our temps into the mid
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the week. sam toss back. sabrina elias: a final look at the top five... all sabrina
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a final look at the top five... all the news you need to know before you head out the door... right after this.
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co itoelng hr d lko . nd taylook at your top five.... elias: concerns over the incoming winter storm have law enforcement urging iowans to stay off the roads if at all possible. even the most experienced drivers will want to use extra precaution given the predicted conditions. for those who get standed, state troopers say to stay inside your car where it is safest, and make sure to pack an emergency kit if you do have to travel. sabrina: elias: in the number two spot this morning... elias: the past five days have been filled with deadly weather events across the country. at least 42 people have died across seven states since wednesday. the latest come from weekend tornadoes that struck texas, and the flooding in missouri. both have been placed in state of emergency status. sabrina: elias: the third thing you need to know before you walk out the door... elias: breaking news overnight, as des moines police investigate the city's 21st homicide of the year. just before eleven last night, authorities were called to a home on the 52- hundred block of south union street. there they found two people suffering
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the male victim was declared dead, while a female was transported to the hospital for treatment. look for more details on this developing story throughout the day here on local five. sabrina: elias: number four... elias: newton police continue the search for a missing 12 year old girl... charlene rachelle brown was last seen at a residence in newton. the 12 year old is described as a white female, 5'2, with brown hair and brown eyes. she was last seen wearing white and blue flannel pajamas. anyone with informationc can contact newton police at 641-732- 1547 sabrina: elias: sabrina: elias: and finally... you'll want to know about this story in the big five... elias: the countdown begins until kickoff for the rose bowl.. the hawkeyes getting ready to face stanford and heisman finalist christian mccaffery. the 102nd rose bowl game is at 4 pm new year's day on espn. jon schaeffer and alex giaimo will have live coverage this week here on local five. sabrina elias: sam is in with a final look at central iowa's most accurate forecast... sam final weather adlib a large winter storm is going to impact nearly all of iowa today warranting a state-wide winter
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combination of snow, sleet and ice depending on the time of day and location across the state. the highest snow totals will likely fall across central and northeast iowa with 6 to 10 inches possible stretching from des moines past waterloo. ice and sleet will fall heaviest across southern and eastern iowa with ice accumulations of 0.1" to 0.5" possible. the change over between snow, sleet and ice will happen throughout the morning and early afternoon, but by the late afternoon and evening all of iowa should primarily be seeing snowfall, and this is also when the heaviest snow totals will start accumulating. on top off all of this the winds will be very strong today with gusts up to 40 mph possible causing blowing snow and low visibility. temps will hover in the low 30s during the day today, but after that we tank our temps into the mid to low 20s and even the teens by the end of the week. sabrina elias: thanks for watching! good morning america starts right now. have a good day everybody!
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sabrina: elias: good morning, america. breaking overnight -- state of emergency. 43 people killed in storms across the country. >> it's the worst i think anybody has seen it. >> deadly storms and flash floods pounding the heheartland, sweeping away cars. as snow, freezingg rain anice pound the midwest. tornado on the ground. >> devastating tornadoes hitting through arkansas, tearing apart texas. 180 mile per hour winds plowing through hundreds of homes causing a travel nightmare. the very latest as severe weather heads east. also this morning, superstar quarterback peyton manning firing back, tackling reports
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